At CES 2011, Sony's Kevin Sather showed a few of their newest PCs. In addition to the brand new ultralight Sony Y (powered by AMD's new processors) that starts at $549, we got to check out Sony's new VAIO F 3D laptop, which packs a new second-generation Intel i7 quad-core processor and Blu-Ray, and the impressively designed refresh of the multi-touch VAIO L all-in-one.
The VAIO L is the first all-in-one with a touch sensitive bezel, which means that you can activate different functions like moving back and forward in your web browser, controlling audio and video playback, and calling up the on-screen keyboard, without smudging up your display. And it has USB 3.0 and built-in Dolby 5.1 surround sound.
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